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Throughout the game, ''Ōkami'' includes several references (in visual effects, animation, or dialogue) to other Capcom titles such as ''Viewtiful Joe'', which Clover Studios also developed.<ref name="1up localization"/> For example, Mrs. Orange's technique for making cherry cake parodies ''Street Fighter's'' Akuma's Shun Goku Satsu, complete with a kanji word displayed on screen with her back facing the screen.<ref name="1up localization"/> There are also in-jokes regarding the Clover staff. For example, an NPC aptly named "Animal Lover" lost his rabbit named "Inaba", also the last name of the head producer Atsushi Inaba. Also, to further convey the joke, Inaba the rabbit can be seen falling out of a tree directly underneath Atsushi Inaba's name during the closing credits.
 
Throughout the game, ''Ōkami'' includes several references (in visual effects, animation, or dialogue) to other Capcom titles such as ''Viewtiful Joe'', which Clover Studios also developed.<ref name="1up localization"/> For example, Mrs. Orange's technique for making cherry cake parodies ''Street Fighter's'' Akuma's Shun Goku Satsu, complete with a kanji word displayed on screen with her back facing the screen.<ref name="1up localization"/> There are also in-jokes regarding the Clover staff. For example, an NPC aptly named "Animal Lover" lost his rabbit named "Inaba", also the last name of the head producer Atsushi Inaba. Also, to further convey the joke, Inaba the rabbit can be seen falling out of a tree directly underneath Atsushi Inaba's name during the closing credits.
 
===Audio===
 
===Audio===
All of the music in ''Ōkami'' is original and inspired by classical Japanese works.<ref name="playtm-review"/> The final song, played over the credit sequence, "Reset", is sung by [[wikipedia:Ayaka Hirahara|Ayaka Hirahara]]. Capcom has released an official 5-disc soundtrack for ''Ōkami'', which is available exclusively in the Japanese market.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://squarehaven.com/features/albums/?id=CPCA-10166 | title = Okami Original Soundtrack | publisher = Square Haven | date = 31 May 2005 | accessdate = 10 August 2007 }}</ref> In the US and European release, the player can unlock a jukebox to hear the in-game music upon completion of the game. At the 2008 BAFTA Video Games Awards ''Ōkami'' won Best Score.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/829/829790p1.html | title = BAFTA Video Games Awards Winners Revealed | first = Matt | last = Wales | date = 24 October 2007 | accessdate = 9 June 2009 | publisher = IGN }}</ref>
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All of the music in ''Ōkami'' is original and inspired by classical Japanese works.<ref name="playtm-review"/> The final song, played over the credit sequence, "Reset", is sung by [[Ayaka Hirahara]]. Capcom has released an official 5-disc soundtrack for ''Ōkami'', which is available exclusively in the Japanese market.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://squarehaven.com/features/albums/?id=CPCA-10166 | title = Okami Original Soundtrack | publisher = Square Haven | date = 31 May 2005 | accessdate = 10 August 2007 }}</ref> In the US and European release, the player can unlock a jukebox to hear the in-game music upon completion of the game. At the 2008 BAFTA Video Games Awards ''Ōkami'' won Best Score.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/829/829790p1.html | title = BAFTA Video Games Awards Winners Revealed | first = Matt | last = Wales | date = 24 October 2007 | accessdate = 9 June 2009 | publisher = IGN }}</ref>
   
 
Suleputer has also published another album, a piano arrangement, entitled ''Ōkami Piano Arrange''. It was released on 30 March 2007. Mika Matsūra both arranged the 10 songs, and performed it on the piano.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://kotaku.com/gaming/music/okami-the-music-cd-244046.php | title = Ōkami the Music CD | date = 14 March 2007 | accessdate = 10 August 2007 | last = Ashcraft | first = Brian | publisher = Kotaku }}</ref>
 
Suleputer has also published another album, a piano arrangement, entitled ''Ōkami Piano Arrange''. It was released on 30 March 2007. Mika Matsūra both arranged the 10 songs, and performed it on the piano.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://kotaku.com/gaming/music/okami-the-music-cd-244046.php | title = Ōkami the Music CD | date = 14 March 2007 | accessdate = 10 August 2007 | last = Ashcraft | first = Brian | publisher = Kotaku }}</ref>
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